Should We Kiss Our Ash Goodbye?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

  Emerald Ash trees have long been admired for the stunning beauty and glorious shade they add to the landscape. There are many varieties in the United States, but the White, Green and Black Ash trees are most often found in Pennsylvania. In fact, the Green Ash is widely planted in backyards and as a […]

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Ideas for Creating Winter Interest in the Garden

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensLawn & GardenPlants

How does your winter landscape look from inside your home? Even if it’s bleak and uninteresting, it can be easy to renovate and redecorate – just treat it like your home! Perk it up by using your indoor decorating skills outdoors. When you decorate your house, you make it interesting and inviting by hanging pictures […]

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Easy-to-Grow Indoor Herbs from Seeds for Winter

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Even though it may be miserable weather outside, you don’t have to be stuck buying overpriced fresh herbs at the store or using less flavorful dried herbs. Why not try growing herbs inside the house? Most common herbs will grow quite happily in a sunny window at any time year, even when the weather outside […]

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Low Light Houseplants :: A Short (but awesome!) Guide

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Over the years, the most frequent question I hear in our greenhouse is “Which plants will grow without any light?” Of course, no houseplant will grow in the dark; but if you have north facing windows or rooms with no direct light there are a number of low light houseplants that might do nicely. I […]

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Holiday Plant Care :: Poinsettias, Christmas Cactus & Cyclamen

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in ChristmasPlants

Reposted blog entry from December 4, 2015 Growing up, my family always included flowering plants as part of their decorations for the winter holidays. Poinsettias and Christmas cactus were staples. In more recent years, I have added Cyclamen to my holiday collection. The flowers of all these plants come in an ever-increasing range of colors […]

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